Signs of the Time

The Myth, The Mystery, The Legend of Baseball's Greatest Innovation

Macon Film Festival (MaGa)

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Home to the Allman Brothers, Otis Redding, & Little Richard, Macon GA has a long history of music and the arts.  Created 5 years ago, the Macon Film Festival is continuing that tradition by attracting filmmakers from around the state and country to 2 historic venues in downtown Macon.  The Captiol Theatre and the Douglass Theatre.

Featured at the festival were appearances by Macon natives, Jack McBrayer (Kenneth on 30th Rock) and Screen Actress Illeana Douglas. Signs played Friday evening 2/19/2010 in the Capitol Theatre, a beautiful old theater that has a full balcony, side boxes and a main floor has been converted to have sofas, dining tables and comfy chairs (with a full service bar).  Nice way to experience movies all day long!  Thanks to all that came out to support our film and all the nice comments and Q&A from the audience.  My wife and I enjoyed many of the films that played throughout Saturday as well.

Good luck to the Macon Film Festival I hope you continue to be a success and a beacon for the arts in Georgia.

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Written by Don Casper

March 7, 2010 at 4:14 pm

Posted in Film Festivals

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  1. Hi, my sister-in-law Joan Sampson lent me her copy of Sign of the Times. I would like to be able to purchase two copies for my sons, Adam Hoy and Seth Hoy who are the great grandsons of Dummy Hoy. Please email me with details of cost and mailing. Thank you so much. Thoughly enjoyed the film.

    Sincerely,
    Sandra Hoy Koenig

    Sandra Hoy Koenig

    March 26, 2010 at 12:27 pm


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